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Deborah Aal

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Leonard-Goldberg's-organization

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Employment History

President, Act III Television

Norman Lear


Executive Producer of Different World

Carsey-Werner


Development, Fair Dinkum Productions

Henry Winkler


In-House Executive Producer

NBC


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Yahoo! Movies: Sweet November (2001) - Film Bios

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DEBORAH AAL ( Producer ) left a career as a teacher to become a television executive.She landed her first industry job in the television development division at Rollins and Joffe.She went on to work in development for Henry Winkler's Fair Dinkum Productions.As Vice_President of Leonard Goldberg's production company , Aal supervised the production of Paper Dolls and developed for television the Emmy Award-winning telefim Something About Amelia. Transitioning to NBC as the first in-house executive producer of television movies , Aal oversaw the development and production of the acclaimed AIDS drama , An Early Frost..Aal returned to Leonard Goldberg's organization as president of the company , for which she produced such movies as Alex , The Life of a Child , which earned an Emmy nomination for screenwriting.She then segued into half-hour comedies with the series The Cavanaughs. At Grant Tinker's company , GTG , Aal executive produced Raising Miranda for CBS.She also served as president of Norman Lear's Act III Television and was an executive producer of A Different World for the Carsey-Werner Company.Aal retired from television and taught screenwriting at the USC Graduate School of Film before returning to show business to develop and produce Sweet November..


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